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Oskari Eirola

Oskari Eirola

Violin

Oskari Eirola began playing the violin when he was four. His teacher was Jouko Halviala, who, if necessary, was quite prepared to crawl about under the table with his pupil. Later Eirola studied at the conservatory and University of Applied Sciences in Turku, the Royal Swedish Academy of Music and the Sibelius Academy, where he was taught by Tero Latvala, Jyrki Lasonpalo, Janne Malmivaara, Jukka Merjanen, Araik Resjan, Alexander Vinnitski and Cecilia Zilliacus. Chamber music is important to Eirola; in fact, he delights in it. He helped form the Nome Quartet, based in Helsinki, and also regularly appears with other ensembles. Important teachers of chamber music have included Marko Ylönen, Antti Tikkanen and Erkki Lahesmaa.

Programme

4. Kuhmo Church 11.00

W. A. Mozart (1756—1791):

Five Contradances, K. 609 (1791)

Mon
12.7.

12. Kuhmo Church 11.00

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770—1827):

Elegischer Gesang, Op. 118 'Sanft wie du lebtest' (1814)

Wed
14.7.

29. Kuhmo Church 15.00

Antonio Salieri (1750—1825):

Concertino da Camera in G (1777)

Sun
18.7.

46. Kuhmo Arts Centre 18.00

W. A. Mozart (1756—1791):

Piano Concerto No. 20 in D minor, K. 466 (1785; arr. for strings by Ignaz Lachner)

Thu
22.7.

49. Kuhmo Arts Centre 15.00

Fredrik Pacius (1809—1891):

Melodrama No. 5 from The Princess of Cyprus (1860; arr. for chamber ensemble)

Fri
23.7.

Nome Quartet

30. Kuhmo Arts Centre 18.00

Charles Ives (1874—1954):

The Unanswered Question for winds and strings from Two Contemplations (1935)

Sun
18.7.

32. Kuhmo Church 11.00

Silvia Colasanti (1975):

Ascoltando la Notte, Movimento di quartetto (2002)

Mon
19.7.

35. Kuhmo Arts Centre 21.00

Terry Riley (1935):

In C (1964)

Mon
19.7.